Wednesday, 29 July 2015

#IrishFictionFortnight - Day 3 - 'The Mysterious Bakery On Rue De Paris' by Evie Gaughan. Paperback copy to Giveaway.

Thanks to the author, there is a paperback edition of this title to Giveaway as part of #IrishFictionFortnight.  Just enter via the rafflecopter link below. Good Luck!


This is the magical tale of Edith Lane, who sets off to find her fortune in the beautiful city of Paris. Fortune, however, is a fickle thing and Edith ends up working in a vintage bakery in the positively antique town of Compiègne. Escaping heartache and singledom in Ireland, Edith discovers that the bakery on Rue De Paris is not exactly what it seems and that some ghosts from the past are harder to escape than others. A heart-warming story that is sure to appeal to all of the senses, The Mysterious Bakery On Rue De Paris is a mouth-watering journey of love, liberty and la vie en rose.

You can read, bookblogger, Celeste McCreesh's review of The Mysterious Bakery On Rue De Paris here


Evie Gaughan is the author of The Cross Of Santiago, a fusion of historical fiction and contemporary  fiction set in Ireland her second novel, The Mysterious Bakery On Rue De Paris.She lives in Galway, and is currently working on her third novel   When she is not writing, she loves to paint.
The Mysterious Bakery On Rue De Paris is available in paperback and ebook format.  Evie has an #IrishFictionFortnight special offer on, with the ebook at only 99p.


  1. The cross of Santiago, is the first one.

    The 2nd one, mentioned above has Bakery, Paris, Ghost's and the plot gets yummy and mysterious. Can't to find out what's it all about. Thank you for the amazing giveaway Margaret.

  2. The Cross of Santiago ... a fabulous read . what a great blog you have Margaret

  3. The Cross Of Santiago. Thanks for the giveaway, this looks fab! (And you know, my name is like totally in the title, I need it!) Xx

  4. Paula Readings31 July 2015 at 02:25

    The Cross Of Santiago

  5. The Cross of Santiago

  6. The Cross of Santiago

  7. The Cross Of Santiago. Looks really interesting!


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